Il Campanile, a splendid castle dating back to the 14th century, stands in the hills of a magnificent countryside rich in history, culture and millenary traditions.
This extraordinary property is located on the Via Francigena, the most important trade route of the Middle Ages, which led from France in Southern Europe to Rome, then continuing on to Puglia where the ports to reach the Holy Land where and which is still today the route of important pilgrimages.
The castle, nestled in a highly evocative setting, consists of three houses, each enjoying its own privacy, each with its own well-kept private garden overlooking a stone square with a small 12th-century deconsecrated church that can be used as a communal space for parties, concerts, receptions or meetings.
The property has been expertly restored with great respect for the past and extraordinary care for every small detail, and today it offers its guests charming and elegant settings, while at the same time rich in every comfort.
From the top of the hill you will be enchanted by a breathtaking view and surrounded by a centuries-old forest full of cypresses, oaks and fruit trees, a forest where you can take long walks in every season of the year.
In summer the large swimming pool overlooking the castle becomes the center of the day, from where you can enjoy the peace and tranquility of the Tuscan countryside.
The property also has a synthetic grass tennis court and a heliport.